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   Daily News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1968, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE 12 THE DAILY NEWS Monday December 23 198S SOCIETY AND CLUB NEWS TAMMY ELAINE QUERRY TWO YEARS OLD Celebrating her second birthday today is Tammy Elaine Querry cute little daughter oi Mr and Mrs D Stanton Querry of Mount Union RD 1 Proud grandparents are Mr and Mrs Hayes Querry of Calvin Mrs Grace Bard of Mill Creek and Amos Bard of Mill Creek Tammy has one greatgrandfather Esley Smith of Huntingdon RD 2 Happy Birthday Tammy Tussey School Children Give Yule Program Grades five and six at the Tussey Mountain Elementary School gave a holiday program in the SaxtonLiberty Building on Wednesday afternoon De cember 18 All the children joined in singing 0 Come All Ye Faith ful accompajiipd by VicJti Meek A responsive reading ol the Christmas story was led by Mr Dodson Peggy Ramsey and Sharon Ross accompanied the group during the singing of Joy to the World Michael Shuke and Amy Mc Cartney were heard in a duet Come to the Stable Fifth grad ers accompanied by Cindy j Vyhitfield sang Silent Night Sixth grade voices were com bined for the singing of two se lections The Twelve Days of Christmas and 0 Holy Night Kim Giomesto played a pi ano solo Little Candles after which Louann Stoudnour did a dance Instrumental selections were provided by the following flutes Mary Lou Emerson and Karen Rowan cornets and trombone Debbie Camell Steve Ritchey Jana Brocht Amy McCartney and Diane Fields saxophone Betty Don aldson Karen Allison Kim Benner clarinets Sue MlcGhee Sue Enyeart Penny Park Bar bara Showalter and Jennifer Putt Debbie Camell and Sue Mc Ghee assisted by Mr Lane directed a play Merry Mer ry Merry Drummer Boy was the title of a song played by Tom Black drum Sherri Sheeder bells Gregory Isett cymbals A quartet from sixth grade Tina Jones Karen Smith Di Officers Are Named By Fire Auxiliary Officers were elected by the Ladies Auxiliary to the No 1 Fire Company Huntingdon at a regular meeting held December 17 The session was opened with the chaplain Mrs Evelyn Chil cote reading the Scripture The Lords Prayer and the pledge of allegiance to the flag vere repeated in unison New officers of the organiza tion are president Mrs Col een Fyock vicepresident Ad ra Headings treasurer Viola Snare secretary Dorothy Brouse chaplain Evelyn Chil cote conductress Lottie Thompson inside guard Lillian Everhart trustee for three years Helen Rumberger i Vena Smith received the pig jand Grace Brindle was recipient of the door prize j Delicious refreshments were i served by Viola Snare and Vena I Smith to the following Coleen j Fyock Dorothy Brouse Connie j Everhart Mary Hardy Evelyn jChilcote Ann Satta Shirley My ers Lottie Thompson Clara Everhart Grace Brindle Mary McKeehan and Adra Headings KEVIN AND TODD PAWUK MARK DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS Kevin Paul Paw uk left was six years old yesterday and his brother Todd Robert is three years old today They are the sons of Mr and Mrs Paul Pawuk of Six Mile Run Grandparents are Mrs Thelma McCavilt of Six Mile Run and Mr and Mrs Wasyl Pawuk of Wood Cake and ice cream will be served in the bovs honor First Meeting Held By New Cub Scout Pack The first pack meeting of the newly reorganized Cub Scout j Pack No 25 was held Thursday evening at pm in the First United Methodist Church Hunt ingdon Assistant cubmaster Robeit W Logue presided at the meet ing which was well attended by the new scouts and their par ents The new pack was presented an American flag by Com mander Paul Dysart in behalf Of the VFW PostNo 1754 Bobcat awards were given to the following boys by cubmaster Harry Davis of Pack No 29 Ricky Kelly Jim Logue Llojd Prough Duane Faircloth Danny Querry Richard Minaya Steven Stroman Scott Lang Greg Mcj Neal Tom Frye Chip Cherry and John Mackey Any boys who are between 8 and 10 years of age who are in terested in joining Pack No 25 should contact Cubmaster Jack Rovnolds 6435426 or assistant cubmaster Robert Logue 643i 1323 I ane Fields and Robin Chamber lain were heard in The First PATSY ANN CONNER ENGAGEMENT TOLD Mi and Mrs Charles A Conner of Cassviile wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Patsy Ann to Mr Eugene Gary Wiser son of Mrs Mary Wiser of Mount Union RD and the late Mr Willis Wiser Miss Conner vras graduated from Southern Huntingdon County High School in 1966 and Mr Wiser was graduated from Mount Union High School in 1961 Both Miss Conner and Mr Wiser are employed by the Robin Footwear Corp Mount Union A spring wedding is being planned MR AND MRS JERRY LEE SUNDERLAND Cynthia Rose Alesi And Jerry Lee Sunderland Wed Miss Cynthia Rose Alesi and Mr Jerry Lee Sunderland ex changed vows in St Catherines Church Mount Union on Satur day morning November 301968 Grade Students Provide Music I 1 i V I raiioii 11011 Fourth fifth and sixth grade f1 Oclock Performing iately following the wedding students from Warriors double ring ceremony was Thp hrirta tahlfl was adorned School presented a Christmaslhe RevPaul Thomas program for the Parent Teach The bride is the daughter of j and centered by a wedding cake ers Association last Monday eveMr and Mrs Medio Alesi of trimmed in blue and white top ning The program held in the Union fJl CUll 11 I Lt 111 Li IV j W school auditorium opened with are Mr and Mrs DCn with corresponding accessories and a white chosanthernum corsage trimmed with gold A reception was held in St Catherines Parish Hall immed iately following the wedding The bridal table was adorned with a white linen tablecloth 133 West Shirley Street Mount jped by a miniature bride and Parents of the brideher soldier husband The cake a oneact play Christmas is Still aid Sunderland of McVeytown the Same given by the fourth The altar of the church was decorated with arrangements of chorus sang Don t You Know The fifth grade presented a skit near the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary White satin bows marked the family pews Mr Dennis Boggs of Mount The Twelve Days of Christmas Sixth graders were seen in a play The Little Blue Angel fol v lowed by the Kings Royal BakPIayed appropriate nuptial se ers The Castle Choir The jesjlections ters The Gift Bearers The The bride was escorted and I Snowman and Icicles and The given in marriage by her fath Union presided at the organ and mother of the bride in nlavpfi armrnraiiafp nnnfial KPCharge Of WC SIKSl Youth Forestry Camp Scene Of Gala Christmas Party The Rev Walter D Mehrlingling the Christmas season Staffi SterFfhelong of Angels was She lookedattractive in a long with twenty members of i members affording supervision ipiayed as the curtain closed white velvet floorlength Aline burg Allenport a gift of the bridegrooms par ents was flanked by bouquets of blue and white chrysanthe mums and a blue candle in a silver holder Guest tables were covered by white wedding tablecloths with large silver bells as center pieces Mrs Margaret Hardy grand along r r St Matthews United Church of j for the institution complement president Relatives and friends attend ed from Mount Union Wash ington DC Shiiieysburg New Harris and Will 1C VClVCi nillJt TIT gown with long tapered sleeves Virginia Beach Virginia IChrist Entriken visited thejincluded William Elder of the meeting and extendThe back of the gownfeaturued A fU JL lu 11 1 lot Cjllllirieil VISUCU uic YVJIJICUU uiuci UL ni Anotner sixth grade fouriyouth Forestry Camp No 3 and Terry Henry of En e Jenny Baughman Creek State Park on Fritriken bara Baugihman Karen Miller day evening November 13 J3nn Vlari T jit a some and Mary Lou Emerson sang Bethlehem Miss Dtrnlap played a saxophone solo and the song 0 Come All ye Faithful closed the program The Gaberts TL I nreG Refreshments were served They presented an enjoyablefollowing the blessing given by Christmas program for the 47one of the campers James Mc boys at the camp Robert of Centre County Re Carty is the camp director furnished by the WQ1 LV U VU111W vu i 1 i 1 sisted by Alfred B Williams of church group consisted of a wide Mount Union and J a m e s Gi of d aJ y homemade Woolley of Aitch nut bread candy or j anges potato chips punch cof The program got cream carol singing by the groirp ed a mas When the couple departed for a trip to Washington DC Wil HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish for a Merry Christa white velvet chapel train Her f lpsw wa ianH aHrf to all fingertip veil was held bv a amsburg Va Maiyland and large white satin bow Her only West Virgmia he bride wore a jewelry was white pearl velvet Alme dress trim 1 3 med m white satin and a cor gardenias with small blue chrysanthemums Mrs Sunderland was grad uated from the Mount Union December 231S68 Arthur Edmiston Petersburg rings She carried a bridal bouquet of while gardenias and sage or small blue chrysanthemums atdrn lached to a white muff with blue velvet streamers Miss Judy Kay Alesi of WashArea High School class of 1968 Mrs Donnie P Laird of Pell ington DC was maid of honor nd employed as secretary ersburg Her daughter her sister She was seen in 1 St 3 was Pitrht vpars nlri nnan Alinp blue velvet dress mclPL al tne umoa lled by Mrs Betty Hicks An in Mrs Kathryn Shullz and Mrs j Susan was eight years old on an Aline blue velvet dress wif d lg B Wed SlXtV Yea part of the program inIEvalene Hmkle kitchen superDecember 10 tapered sleevesand silvercolor j xuio er p01jrayaj at institution andi Robert J Flamgan of shoes Her neaopiece was An open house celebration held in honor of the storv bV ansofimembers of the Entriken churchMifflin Street Huntingdon icMnps prmiiTH mm TIIIIMITheserved the refreshments assist Mr Tifrrvt6 r37 f nSSbeST Sf the ed to the following boys Mis HarryJVI Gabert of Three Entriken United church of John Herman IS5 thf CMS taken in a bcal settinRandy Phillips of Chester Sunday December 1 iripnidine the various Christmassy George McCIoskey William Barrett of Torrance Calif formerly of Huntingdon an Eric Giacobello Mount Union t Roy C Geissinger 1025 Mif5 royal blue velvet pillbox f from tee same high e Serried employed as a supervisor in the Federal Bur arrangement of white sprayed blue with depicting the various Christmas y of Street Huntingdon The affair was planned byjsJnes AJJ tiie scenes Were County and Wayne Hocki Dale Raymond and Duane the members of the family j jor and characters 9f Cumberland Homemade1 Robert Hawn twin sons of Mr Mr and Mrs Gabert wereftjrpH n robes comnarable tocookies and udge OIanges andiand Mrs David Hawn Sr of Newlon Hamilton uiumer ui married at the home of bridegroom was the best herparens attached to a white muff with white velvet streamers Mr Carl Sunderland Sr of brother of eau of Investigation in Wash ington DC before entering the on July 18 1968 He is now stationed at Fort Ben Georgia The bride is residing with Gaberts parents in by to the camp for theiold 1 1 of the United Township on December 2 1908j The gr2e recreatjon room j The Rev John C Collins per formed the ceremony th administration was beautifully decorated by the Church of Christ of Russellville for distribution later ine nev henry Powell of campers under the supervision1 Aitnougn egnty per cent oi Lock Haven was present andof Edward Longenecker laborlhe number of boys a the fores spoke briefly to the couple and foreman at the clmp n the begranted a home congratulated them on this tpr of the room stood a large fvlslt for the Christmas holidays easant occasion n decorated Christmas a have accepted and appreciat During the open house held was the setting for a readed the Christmas spirit as ex between 2 and 4 pm more hu Tva stnnp entitledPressed by the members of the than forty relativesand friends united the honored couple The buffet table was adorned with a centerpiece of red poin by Mrs Tva The Story of the United Church of Christ at En tnkn and Russellville both i Mrs Joan Keith continued by the Rev Walter D festivities by encouraging group i Mem ling settias red candles and a in a n u m b e r of tifully decorated fourtier games Mary Moyer and Cathy bridal cake topped with minia iture bride and bridegroom games Lynn acted as group leaders for such games as Christmas mag Tiie Gaberts are the parentsjnetjsm Merry Christmas Bingo of two children Mrs Hazel passing of gifts and Christmas Parks of Huntingdon and Mrs Martena Erwin of Orbisonia bloomers Blair Brumbaugh Saston Raymond Gates Saxton Bob Ramsey Saxton Cleo Allison Saxton Mrs Mary Burkett of Spruce Creek is 88 years old today Wedding Anniversaries TIMOTHY SWAN HAS FOURTH BIRTHDAY Timothy Andrew Swan son of Mr and Mrs Paul Swan of Petersburg was four years old Sunday His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Homer Breon of Alexandria and Mrs Sara Swan also of Alexan dria Jeffrey Frank Located At Vietnam Base Charles Watkins of Bucks WITH U S COMBAT AIR RD They have eight grandchilcounty Donald Barnhart of FulFORCES Vietnam Airman dien and eight greatgrandchil tori Countv and Floyd SheppardFirst Class Jeffrey A Frank dren of Philadelphia County wre of Mr and Mrs Warren C Mr and Mrs Gabert have j boys of the camp who won prizjFrank of 900Mif f lin Street spent their entire married lifees jn the Christmas b i n go Huntingdon is on duty at Phil in the Three Springs area andjgame Dennis Heck of CumberiCat AB Vietnam enjoy fair health fand County and the Rev Airman Frank a weapons me Mr Gabert is noted for hisjter Mehrling were winners inchanic is a member of the Pa jexceilent memory in recitingthe Christmas bloomers gamejcific Air i lengthy poems and entertaining JThe big surprise of the Before his arrival in Vietnam the youngsters by taking them came after the playing of was assigned to Cannon AFB when members of the M presented each boy at the forl The airman is a 1956 graduate estry camp along with the staffof Huntingdon Area High School members present a lovely and i usfspokesman for the boys off Claras Flowers I the camp George McCIoskey Martha Washington Luzeme County expressed jg CHOCOLATES thanks to the members of tneiy g St Matthews Church for thejjj Mb 3lb boxed m tin December 23 1968 Mr and Mrs N7orman Book waiter of Orbisonia are celebrat ing their wedding anniversary today Open Fridays 9 a m to 7 p m COMMUNITY STATE BANK Orbisonia Member FDIC ion brother and Mr Carl Sunderland Jr of Newton Hamilton nephew of the bridegroom The brides mother chose a rosecolored AIine velvet dress with matching hat and black accessories and a corsage of white chrysanthemums with silver trim Mrs Sunderland the bridegrooms mother select ed a gold Aline bonded dress h WPrelis attending NonCommissioned of Mount Un Officers School at Fort Benning of the bride Huntingdon Savings Loan Phone 6433000 for rides on his tractor This is confetti Jt means New Years Eve is coming It means dress What jewels What marvelous way to do your hair Whatever and however do see us Well execute your wishes exactly Or help with the decision making And well comb and brush and arrange and arrange until every hair is perfect Like to be the prettiest girl to 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